Nene returned to practice on Friday, and Wizards coach Randy Wittman hinted that it's time to make some lineup changes as the Wizards (0-7) take on the Jazz (4-6). The changes - Jordan Crawford starts over Bradley Beal, Jan Vesely starts over Trevor Booker.
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For once, Wizards coach Randy Wittman is glad the Wizards have a back-to-back. The sooner they can forget about Tuesday's loss to Charlotte, the better.
The Wizards have a quick turnaround rematch with the Celtics - the team they lost to in their home opener on Saturday at Verizon Center.
Wizards center Kevin Seraphin can't wait for a another shot at Celtics center Kevin Garnett. Round two is Wednesday night in Boston.
Rookie Bradley Beal has gotten the start for the Wizards in their first two games. It's a trial by fire for the 19-year-old shooting guard.
The Wizards host the Boston Celtics in their home opener Saturday night at Verizon Center
Wizards get out of Washington just in time to avoid Hurricane Sandy for Tuesday night's season opener
Shelvin Mack and Brian Cook fail to make the final cut as the Wizards finalize their roster.
Wizards make two roster cuts on Saturday following final preseason loss on Friday in San Antonio.
Wizards forward Trevor Booker played in his second preseason game after retuning from injury, and led the team to their second win.
Wizards coach Randy Wittman isn't concerned about preseason game planning - he just wants to see fewer fouls.
The Washington Wizards didn't get off to the start they wanted in their preseason opener on the road in Charlotte - a 12 point loss to the Bobcats.
While the Wizards point guard spot could be a bit of a patchwork effort until the return of John Wall, the shootout at shooting guard between Jordan Crawford and Bradley Beal could be a lot of fun to watch.
The Wizards enter this year's training camp with a different mindset than they have in season's past. It could have something to do with having a few more grownups on the roster.
Wizards coach Randy Wittman knows exactly what he's looking for in a temporary starting point guard to replace the injured John Wall - an extension of himself